Galatians 6:9

And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. Galatians 6:9

Colossians 1:10

That ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in every good work, and increasing in the knowledge of God. Colossians 1:10

Wait, you're what?

We're in the business of raising autonomous adults NOT children here!


Sunday, June 15, 2014

These are 2 weeks old, but still new to ya'll.

This is a post of pictures from a few weeks back, I have been avoiding my computer lately. It's been acting up a lot lately (that frustrates me) and I just haven't felt like getting online lately. Sorry, ya'll.

Last week Yahaira went to a rock climbing day camp (8-12) in Tucson. That meant early mornings for us each day since the drive was an hour and a half. She had a lot of fun, learned a lot and figured out she likes to boulder. A LOT. During the 4 hours of the camp, I had to figure out what to do with Princess and Big Man. We went to a lot of different parks, some with good shade covers and some not so much. We even found a splash pad on the last day.

So here is the New Mexico welcome sign and Israella getting her cookie covered ice cream bar while getting the oil changed.

This is how Yahaira and Little Daniel spent their time in New Mexico.
They had fevers of 102F the entire time.
I even took them to urgent care since the fevers weren't abating after a few days.

Welcome to Arizona everyone! They didn't have a welcome sign at the rest stop (or even a visitor's center) on I-10 coming in from NM.

 When we first got to Arizona, we stayed at a vacation rental for a week. The place had a hot tub, so the kids had some fun in it. Since it is so hot, and the sun is so strong down here, some playgrounds have these massive shades over them. It allows kids to play without burning themselves on the play equipment.
One day we went to the local indoor pool. It is a wave pool and has a kid slide and waterfall feature (I grew up calling it a mushroom). We will probably go back at some point during our time here, but where we are staying at (for the remainder of our time in AZ) has a pool, so we hit that up nearly every day. You'd be surprised how cold the pool can feel when the wind blows, even when it's 104 degrees fahrenheit.

 We went to Tombstone for a short afternoon. Since it is so close, we decided to just walk around and pay to see one attraction. We will go back on other times and do other attractions. It makes for a less chaotic visit and a cheaper one too. We chose to go on the stagecoach tour. The girls liked riding around like princesses.

 Yahaira (and Daniel and I ) shot real pistols. They were loaded with blank bullets filled with paintballs. The thing is rather loud, and heavy too.

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